He said professional criminals comb the country searching for ancient tombs and stealing the artifacts, some of them priceless, buried within. The rash of thefts poses a serious threat to the safety of China's national heritage.
"I believe that as long as more than 1.3 billion Chinese people keep carrying forward this great spirit of pursuing dreams, we can and will realize the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation," he said.
He stressed the underlying principle of pursuing progress while ensuring stability, the people-centered development vision, the notion of "great struggle, great project, great cause and great dream," and coordinated implementation of the five-sphere integrated plan and the four-pronged comprehensive strategy.
"When participating in a reality show last year, I saw the plight of left-behind children in poverty-stricken areas, which drew my attention to poverty alleviation through developing culture," she said.
It will also enable China to clarify that it seeks to promote the self-reliance and resilience of the recipients of its assistance, and never imposes any political conditions on its aid or seek to use it as a means to interfere in the internal affairs of recipient countries.
"Hainan will further strengthen the role of tourism in the development of the province, and promote its integration with other industries," Liu said.
Investigations are still underway as officers make door-to-door enquires and look through security camera footage.
Only by adhering to and developing socialism with Chinese characteristics can the Chinese nation realize its great rejuvenation, Xi said.
Nicole Chiang, the museum's curator, said: “We are deeply shocked and saddened by the burglary as we are preparing for our 25th anniversary celebrations. Not only do the stolen objects have significant historical and cultural value, they also hold irreplaceable emotional value for our founder.”